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to silicon valley. the secretary of defense came to look for the next generation of innovators. it may be the modern version of the old world war i slogan uncle sam wants. >> you even for a time make a could be the abusing feel what it's like to be something bigger than yourself. >> reporter: it's all about the belief that future battles between america and its enemies will be in cyberspace. it's already happening. >> the same technologies we used to target cruise missiles and jam enemy air defenses are used against our own forces and they are available to the highest bidder. >> reporter: he says the pentagon needs to work more with private companies and startups on better defenses. much the way partnerships in previous decades brought technology like voice recognition and gps to the military and our smartphones. >> the department of defense cannot do everything in our areas alone. >> the threats are going up in numbers sophistication and
impact. >> reporter: he works with a security firm says there are profit and other motives tore for companies to get involved. >> for the intellectual challenge alone i think industry has a lot to gain by getting engaged in the fight. >> reporter: one student accepted to stanford and princeton says the talk got him thinking about joining the cyber service. >> he wants to try it first and i think that's one of the biggest obstacles to students getting involved with helping the government and military is that nobody really knows what it's like and it seems like a rigid structure hard to get into. but i think making it easier is the best part of it. >> reporter: in addition to the call for action the secretary broke some news here this afternoon revealing for the first time that the pentagon's computer networks were recently breached by a group of russian hackers. the hackers were eventually kicked off the system. the secretary said. but investigators are still trying to determine how much
information was lost. at stanford, len ramirez, kpix 5. >> the last time the head of the pentagon visited silicon valley was in the mid-1990s. carter is no stranger to stanford. he did some fellowships there. in a drought where many people are pointing fingers, it turns out the number one water waster in san francisco is the city itself. new at 6:00, kpix 5's mike sugerman explains where it's all going. >> reporter: the people who want us to useless water are part of a system that could be among the biggest water wasters in the city. that system is in hot water because of hot water. >> after the water is heated up, the condensed water is discharged into the sewer system. >> reporter: that's good water, though, isn't it? >> yeah. this is drinking water that's being used for the steam loop. >> reporter: water is heated to make steam to heat city hall and 170 other nearby buildings. although city hall reuses most of its portion, a quarter
million gallons a day goes wasted. good drinking water which ends up in the sewer. it's a system that is more than 80 years old. >> this city is set up for decades and the doesn't rely on fossil fuels or natural gas to heat the building. >> reporter: but water is more precious now than in the 1930s when steam heat was a good idea. the company that runs the heating loop for the 170 buildings nrg is looking to start using some nondrinking water. >> this station has had a problem with water intrusion since it opened in the mid- 1970s. so we have been pumping it out and trying to get rid of it since then. >> reporter: now 65 million gallons of ground water under bart goes into the sewer every year. the idea is to get that water not good for drinking into the heating system to replace the good drinking stuff. >> there's no infrastructure
right now to move the water from the pumping stations or the sewer system essentially now. >> reporter: the company says there are no firm plans and it will be expensive. but in this era of drought, priorities are changing and saving good drinking water is now at the top of the list. mike sugerman, kpix 5. >> nrg says that some of do use a portion of the water for landscaping and for flushing the toilets. a legal fight over the hetch hetchy reservoir in yosemite valley. a group in oakland is suing the city of san francisco saying the reservoir takes away the scenic and recreational uses of the land. they want the water to be diverted and stored downstream so the valley can be restored. a spokesman for the city of san francisco says they will vigorously defend their water arrangements. we are learning more about a 7-year-old boy caught in the crossfire. he was injured when bullets started flying outside a relative's home in vallejo.
kpix 5's da lin is live at oakland children's hospital where the boy is being treated. da? >> reporter: veronica, we understand the 7-year-old boy is in critical condition. he was shot twice, one of those bullets apparently hitting him around the chest area. tonight, his family, friends, his football coach and teammates are pulling for him. >> he was a awesome defensive player. he was one of the more bigger kids on my team so i used him a lot. >> reporter: in fact, kamar polk is one of the tallest kids in his youth football league. his head coach says the 7-year- old plays hard and is a natural leader on the team. >> heartbroken. real heartbroken. like i really -- i didn't sleep at all last night. >> reporter: the coach spent last night at the hospital comforting the family. he is also a close friend of kamar's parents. the innocent boy was shot while playing outside of a relative's apartment. >> it's sad because he -- he only 7, you know? it's sad.
he just so joyful. every time he out here he say hi! >> reporter: friends and witnesses say the boy and father came to the apartment to mourn the death of a relative. around 5:30 witnesses say several gunmen drove up and fired into a crowd before 40 mourners. people were running for their lives. at least 20 shell casings were in the streets. >> it happened in seconds. it stopped. i seen the child laying on the grass and all the people laying down and checking their bodies to make sure they weren't hit. i had to do the same. >> reporter: witnesses say one stray bullet hit kamar in the leg. the second bullet went through his hand and into his close. >> it just hurts. like i wish i could do something or help. but right now, it's just, like, i can only pray. >> reporter: we talked to the father out here briefly. he didn't want to talk on camera. kamar's coach says kamar had surgery last night and is scheduled for another surgery on saturday. live in oakland, i'm da lin,
kpix 5. >> volunteers are running out of ground to cover for a missing student. connor sullivan was last seen monday morning at first period class in monte vista high school and now he disappeared. volunteers will be looking for him but no sign of him. >> in some ways it's a little frustrating because you just looking and not being able to find anything and you just wish that it would just happen. >> volunteers say they have searched two-thirds of the city with no luck. they will be out again tomorrow morning. the santa clara sheriff's office says there is no evidence of foul play in connor's disappearance. our first look tonight at the man accused of trying to abduct several high school girls in hayward. sagar patel faces charges of attempted kidnapping in cases that began in february. police say patel used a fake gun to try to kidnap the teen
girls as they were walking home from tennyson and hayward high schools. in each case, the girls ran away and were able to proscribes every descriptions to police. other bay area headlines now, we have just learned the name of the woman who was shot after ramming her car into three sonoma county deputies. police say 46-year-old karen jencks was driving the wrong way on highway 101 in windsor last night. deputies chased her to a parking lot in sebastopol. she backed her car up hitting three deputies. that's when deputies opened fire. she is hospitalized with life- threatening injuries life. the deputies had minor injuries. a mountain view home went up in flames killing one person. it started at 3 a.m. on lola lane. firefighters had to work around live ammo inside the home that was set off by the fire. no one else was injured. an uber driver accused of running down a bicyclist in san francisco had his driver's license yanked today. this cell phone video shows the
aftermath of the crash on sunday near fisherman's wharf. police say the uber driverrer emerson decarvalho and the biker got into a heated argument. the cyclist pedaled off and police say he was run down. bay area is hit had gone the bottle hard. binge drinking shot up over the past decades with counties well above the statage. -- state average. allen martin says the tech boom may be attributed to it. >> reporter: it's no more evident than in silicon valley. binge drinking by women rose almost 36% in the last 10 years in santa clara county. one of the highest increases anywhere in the country. researchers say there are a couple of factors here one a social shift. they say it's becoming more acceptable for women to drink, quote, like men do. another, the influx of young professionals in the tech field
add hard working and hard partying. researchers from the university of washington did the study saying santa clara county's binge drinking went up 28% the highest of any county in california. not far behind, san mateo and san francisco. contra costa county came in at 9%. that's just about the state average of 8.1%. the study the first to look at drinking rates by county binge drinking is defined as 4 or more drinks for women five or more for men on a single occasion. >> strange. >> that's a lot of alcohol. >> it's a lot. >> you bet. >> sure. >> thank you, allen. well we hear it all the time, no using your phone while driving. now a bay area city wants you to. the system they say will make the roads safer. >> dives turning deadly along the california coast. what so many are risking their lives for. >> quakes on the rise in the united states. the manmade kind. what people are doing more now that is shaking things up.
we are just learning that a women hit by a bicyclist on monday in los altos hills has died from those injuries. 61-year-old catherine green was struck as she crossed page mill road near central drive. a bicyclist came around a blind curve and slammed into her. that bicyclist had minor injuries. no arrests have been made. an east bay city wants you to use your smartphone while driving. new at 6:00, kpix 5's john
ramos on the app designed to make the roads safer. >> reporter: it's hard to say if drivers in walnut creek are any smarter than anywhere else. but the traffic lights sure are. and now with a new phone app called enlighten, your traffic signal can talk to you. >> enlighten is an app that tells you as a driver how many seconds do you have before the light that you are facing is turning green. >> reporter: the city's traffic system already keeps track of what every signal cause some people to speed up? >> it's up to the user how they use anything. >> reporter: how we're currently using our cars is anything but safe. 33,000 americans are killed each year. that's why the contra costa transportation authority is so eager for cars and traffic signals to begin talking to each other. >> so the cars in the future will refuse to crash because of better situational awareness. this is one of the first steps required in order to do that. >> reporter: they say it may
take time but eventually cars will become smart enough to prevent us from doing something really stupid. in walnut creek walnut creek, john ramos, kpix 5. it's available for android and iphone. google is facing more competition as well as challenges from european regulators. google also says more people are watching ads through its youtube service now. those ads cost less than the ones that you see using the google search engine. investors don't seem to mind though. the stock is up more than 3% in after-hours trading. in fact all three of the major wall street indices finished the day higher but the big headline comes from the nasdaq. it set a record high today beating the high mark set 15 years ago during the dot-com boom. tesla's ceo elon musk might be a billionaire but it isn't
because of his compensation package. last year, his salary was $35,000. that is the equivalent of california's minimum wage but he didn't accept it. he also didn't receive any money from stocks or bonuses. however, he does hold more than 35 million shares of tesla stock. on paper that's worth about $7.8 billion. >> hm. well, nearly a dozen walmart stores in california are getting an energizing boost from tesla. tesla batteries have been installed to power 11 walmart locations. tesla is reportedly planning to power stores, factories and reduce overall energy consumption. in addition, the company is expected to announce next week its home battery and utility scale battery. a late delivery for hundreds of amazon packages. a truck carrying the packages crashed in the northern california city of orland. the chp says the driver fell asleep at the wheel and woke up right before he hit the
overpass! books, clothes and gifts were scattered all over the road. many packages will be sent back to amazon. a group of middle school students from berkeley are searching for their balloon. 8th grade science students at longfellow middle school launched this high altitude scientific balloon on tuesday. remember? we showed you. it soared up to about 100,000 feet recording the temperature, humidity and even the earth's magnetic field. here's the path that it took soaring all the way up to the suisun bay. at least that's what the balloon's tracker device is saying. the students and teachers haven't been able to find it. they have been handing out flyers in the area hoping someone has seen it. i wonder -- >> paul knows where it is. >> in the water. >> there's a weather element to this. to go up 20 miles and only blow about 20 or 30 miles says that atmosphere has to be so stable. other parts of the country that thing would go 500 miles east.
so calm here! it went up 20 miles and basically flopped down in the same spot. that's because of that big ridge of high pressure that we have had recently. that's going to change. we'll try to find the balloon for you, kids. that's going to change coming up in the not too distant future. we have a front that will give us rainfall. it's going to get here as soon as tomorrow night. today, pleasant away from the water if you like the 70s, livermore 75, san rafael 71, san jose with afternoon sunshine you also hit 71. but near the water, it's another coolish day. hayward 66. morgan hill and san francisco 63 degrees. lots going on this weekend. i know you're thinking about butter and eggs right now thinking about making a cake, aren't you? the butter and egg days festival is saturday in petaluma. you can see the celebratory cow. morning showers partly cloudy in the afternoon. i'm just looking at the picture, just like you, folk 65 degrees. opening day on the bay not as windy on sunday as high pressure builds in. $5 degrees partly cloudy and cool. so we have a front between now and then. we're talking about pleasant weather over the weekend but we
are also talking about rainfall getting here soon. >> a lot activity up to the north. this is a strong low. as it winds up, it's going to act like a pitching machine and throw a very fast-moving front that will make it all the way to northern california and the bay area. so that pitch from the pitching machine will get here late find and early saturday. -- late friday and early saturday. after that ridge of high pressure builds in less fog in the morning, less of an onshore flow a lot more sunshine and milder starting sunday. but it's friday night and saturday mother nature is going to water your lawn up to .2 "going in concord, some areas may get .25." cloudy and 65 tomorrow. san rafael 65. napa 69. early-morning showers on saturday. gone by sunrise. saturday plans outdoors will be fine. and on sunday we go sunny and next week trending sunny, less fog, and milder.
>> got some 80s. >> yeah. 80s are coming back. we can enjoy those now that we in it's going to rain before then. >> i would probably enjoy them anyway. it is the weekend. >> exactly. it could be a slower trip for commuters who rely on golden gate ferry service. one of them is out of commission. one vessel is causing a slowdown. devin fehely reports. >> reporter: that's right. we are about to pull into port at the wharf. [ signal breakup ] the lark sper furry. the golden gate ferry is your has taken [ signal breakup ] one of its vessels out of service. that ferry is about 14 years old and will undergo extensive -- [ signal breakup ] upgrades. in the meantime they are going to put another ferry in its place. issue that one is smaller and holds fewer people. [ signal breakup ] the concern is the ferries will fill up faster and some people are going to get bumped to later
ferries a problem that could cascade down the ferry schedule. >> it's probably the most crowded time. they just added about a ferry at 8:40 because we were all overflowing crowd at 8:20 ferry now they're taking one down. i'm kind of surprised. [ signal breakup ] >> definitely looked crowded. >> look ma, no wires. devin is out there on the ferry boat and we're broadcasting straight to 4-g and then back down to earth. sometimes it works, sometimes it done. you got the gist of it. there's a boat out and it's going crowded on the ferries until they can get it back in service. >> that's right. still ahead, it's becoming a deadly catch. california divers going after abalone. the dang
it's becoming the real deadliest catch. there's been several deaths involving abalone divers and the season is just getting started. new at 6:00, kpix 5's don ford on the north bay crew trying to keep divers safe. >> reporter: sonoma county's helicopter rescue unit known as henry one is busy. this year's abalone season is starting out as one of the deadliest. four people have died in 10 days. thousands of amateur divers are coming from all over. >> there's the perception that there's going to be more abalone available because nobody has been out picking them for so long. >> reporter: all too often, divers hunting for them aren't in the best every shape. >> we get divers that get into distress because they overexert themselves and they will reveal a heart condition or some other medical condition. >> reporter: this is what an abalone looks like under water a giant snail-like creature that's pried off rocks with a special tool.
though mollusk is highly prized for its delicate flavor. the ocean itself must be respected too. the water is cold, often rough and tides can catch the careless by surprise. henry one has saved many people who got in over their heads over the years. >> so henry one averages any where from 75 to 100 rescued a year. that of course accounts for cliff rescues, ocean rescues, river rescues. >> reporter: and rescuers know, the abalone season is just beginning. and so are the calls for help. in sonoma county, don ford, kpix 5. well, thousands of bees shut down a santa barbara neighborhood after tree trimmers struck a huge hive. two workers were stung 30 times each and had to be taken to the hospital. crews came in with protective gear to move the hive. the bee rescue plans to quarantine the bees and if they are healthy enough they will be given to local beekeepers.
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welcome back. i'm ken bastida. >> i'm veronica de la cruz. a startling study from the usgs shows a dramatic increase in the number of manmade earthquakes. the primary cause, fracking. we show what you it means for those of us who live in earthquake country. >> we're having an earthquake! >> reporter: look familiar? welcome to the earthquake capital of the united states. oklahoma. >> i have never been in anything like that. >> reporter: last year oklahoma had magnitude three or higher than california. most of them were caused by human hands. earthquakes in texas, colorado, new mexico and oklahoma are located near wells used to inject waste water a by-product
of oil drilling operations department into the earth sometimes a by-product of fracking when high pressure is breaking apart rock to release oil inside. a physicist says there have been a few earthquakes in kern county that may have been caused by the injection of waste water into the earth. but so far, he says, they haven't increased the state's seismic risk. >> it's clearly not that an important factor in terms of the overall seismic hazard in california today. >> we are not seeing a change in the rate of earthquakes with the -- in the last two years. >> reporter: usgs expert says so far manmade earthquakes have not been an issue in california. but she says it will be important for the state to carefully monitor where and how much waste water is injected into the ground. in the meantime she says, natural earthquakes continue to pose a much greater risk. >> let's focus on that.
that's far more likely to get you. >> the usgs says oklahoma had three times as many quakes as california last year. before 2013, oklahoma averaged less than 2 quakes a year. president obama today apologized for a u.s. operation with deadly consequences. two hostages were killed including one american. reporter paolo sandoval with what went wrong in the counter- terrorism operation. >> reporter: a statement of deep apology from the nation's commander-in-chief. >> i take full responsibility for all our counter-terrorism operations including the one that inadvertently took the lives of warren and giovanni. i profoundly regret what happened. >> reporter: president obama pulled back the curtain on previously classified u.s. counter-terrorism operations that targeted an al qaeda compound in january. several u.s. officials tell cnn u.s. military drones were used in the strikes near the afghan pakistan borders. two americans who were senior
al qaeda operatives were killed in the attack as well as two hostages, italian giovanni lo porto and american dr. warren wine street. he was kidnapped by al qaeda in 2011. >> we believe that the operation did take out dangerous members of al qaeda. what we did not know is that al qaeda was identifying the presence of warren weinstein and giovanni lo porto in the same compound. >> reporter: dr. weinstein's wife expresses the disappointment with both governments in a prepared statement. she blames her husband's kidnappers though saying, quote, those who took warren captive over three years ago bear ultimate responsibility. i can assure you that he would still be alive and well if they had allowed him to return home after his time abroad working to help the people of pakistan. the white house is launching a review of the strikes. so are lawmakers. they hope to reduce the risk of more innocent bloodshed.
reporting in. what, i'm paolo sandoval. >> the u.s. never recovered weinstein's body and didn't conducted a dna test to determine his death. multiple intelligence sources confirm the death based on circumstantial evidence and a cia assessment. one of the american al qaeda operatives killed in the drone strikes was a southern california man. adam gadahn was serving as a spokesman for the terror network. he began practicing islam in orange county before moving to pakistan. the first black woman attorney general was confirmed by the senate today. loretta lynch replaces attorney general eric holder. she is expected to be sworn in monday. the vote comes after five months of delays and political finger-pointing. republicans refused to vote on her nomination until democrats cut a deal on abortion language in another bill. labor leaders cesar chavez received military honors today more than two decades after his death. an honor guard presented the honor to his family at his
gravesite in kern county he served two years in the navy in the 1940s. the idea for today's ceremony came from a current navy sailor who learned that chavez did not receive the honors at the time of his death. cesar chavez what is a legendary farm laborer organize ever and activist. some native americans aren't laughing about adam sandler's latest movie. they have walked off the set of a satirical western film he is producing in new mexico. one actor says the script has several offensive names for native american female characters. when it was brought to the attention of the producers, the actors say they were told they could leave if they felt offended. nine people ended up quitting. there's been no comment from sandler's production company. still ahead, a new threat to apple users. the bug that could make your iphone or ipad useless. >> plus, a happier tune for a young bay area musician.
kids are bombarded with ads every day many marketing food. on the consumerwatch julie watts says much of what they see isn't close to healthy. >> reporter: that was the finding of a study published by the cdc. kids see about a dozen food related advertisements a day half of which are during children's programming. those ads are supposed to be approved by a food and beverage industry group that is supposed to encourage healthier choices for kids. but researcher found 53% of those foods did not meet the minimum nutritional guidelines set by the government agencies like the cdc, the fda and the u.s. department of agriculture. nearly a third of the products exceeded sugar limits and nearly a quarter didn't meet standards for saturated fat guidelines. bottom line, parents need to read th labels. a warning from a security
conference in san francisco about apple's ios 8 operating system is vulnerable to a bug that can trick your phone into connecting to a malicious wi-fi network then render it inoperable as long as you're within range. apple is aware of it and is working on a fix. in the meantime, iphone users are being told to keep their wi- fi turned off unless they need it and only connect to secure wireless networks. and good news for grads. >> whoo! were >> yeah. things are looking up for the class of 2015. a new survey by career builders shows 65% of employers say they plan to hire recent college grads this year. one-third of those employers say they will also pay more than last year. and for about one in four that means more than $50,000 a year. now, that is the best outlook since 2007. grads who study business and computer science are in greatest demand. ken was just talking about how much -- [overlapping speakers >> remember if you have a consumer story idea, give us a
call 888-5-helps-u. >> very bright people. >> techies are in high demand right now. >> very bright people. you have to read the label on the back of the pizza, though. [ laughter ] >> before you eat it. >> that's right, thank you, julie. still ahead, an expensive stolen instrument back in the hands of its owner. >> we talked to the young musician about the unusual way she got it back. >> sunshine can be deceiving if you were stuck in the cubicle looking outside. looks warm outside. not warm. onshore flow still there. not that much in the way of cloud cover over berkeley but we have not only clouds but rain coming up. we'll talk about which one day will be wet and which day has the best chance of seeing 80s. your forecast next. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the dodgers must be pretty good students. they just got schooled! >> he think it's fun, you know? like our fans love it. we love it. >> the other world champion went to meet with the president today. >> i usually tell a bunch of jokes at these events. >> you know
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tonight's top stories. a 7-year-old boy caught in a barrage of bullets will need one more surgery. kamar polk was playing outside his relatives' home in vallejo last night. that's when gunmen drove up and fired into a crowd of people. kamar was hit twice. so far, no arrests. volunteers will be out again early tomorrow morning looking for a missing cupertino teenager. 17-year-old connor sullivan was last seen on monday morning at monte vista high school. search crews have scoured two- thirds of the city looking for him. police do not expect foul play. and the u.s. military is looking to tap into silicon valley. the secretary of defense visited stanford today and made a pitch for tech workers to sign up as cyber warriors. he says battles are already being fought in cyberspace and the u.s. needs their skills. a bay area teenager thought she would never see her cello again. >> but the crooks and to have changed their tune. kpix 5's maria medina just talked with one teenaged
musician who is now very relieved. maria. >> reporter: guys, she is so happy to have her cello back after a mystery man decided to drop it off here at the buddha lounge. nearly two weeks after cameras caught this man and woman stealing an $8,500 cello from a car on o'farrell near union square. >> i figure someone left it here. that's all. >> reporter: the musical instrument showed up at the buddha lounge in chinatown. >> the guy just simply walked in quickly, gave the cello to the bartender. >> reporter: san francisco police say a mystery man dropped off the stolen cello and told the bartender to call police. the very next day the cello was back in the hands of its 16- year-old owner. >> i didn't hear the, um, phone call. and then, um, i -- i went back in and then my mom had said, the cello is back and it was just a rush of relief and i'm just so infinitely grateful to them. ♪[ music ]♪ >> reporter: a twist in the case the teen says that took
her by surprise. the teen says she is afraid to reveal her identity because the suspects are still out there. but she is grateful the cell slow back where it belongs. >> grateful to have it returned to us. ♪[ music ]♪ >> reporter: meanwhile, police continue their search for the criminal couple who they believe realized they had hit a sour note because the cello was dropped off the same night police released the surveillance video. >> the criminals did the smart thing and got rid of it. >> reporter: and we just spoke to the bartender who took that cello. he says he has no idea it was stolen until his wife told him. he says the man who dropped it off was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt. live in san francisco, maria medina, kpix 5. think you had a bad day? check this out. a massive tree came crashing down on a home in san jose this morning. it was from a neighbors's backyard. it's so large it completely took out a detached garage in the backyard just chunks of
word are left. no injuries. the ceo of "salesforce" is at it again. marc benioff already fought for gay rights. now he is at the forefront of the equal pay debate. and some women are already cashing in. i'll have details on bay area nightbeat at 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12. hey, time to talk about some weather. we're over here in the weather center talking about the kpix 5 weather watchers. and we have a number of folks who every day send in their weather information from their backyard and we use it right here on television. let's take a look at some of the data that's coming in over the past hour. we have 69 degrees so says kathy in sebastopol. sunshine not terribly warm today because the onshore flow is still there to the tune of 57 degree in san francisco. george hughes reporting in. final stop at the coastline. also 57 degrees edward williams just a few minutes ago
reporting in the clouds rolling back in, in half moon bay. edward says highs today only in the upper 50s. let's take outside and show you what's going on. temperatures now generally in the 60s. 60 in oakland. livermore 65. but closer to the water like you just saw we are in the 50s. san bruno 57. and san francisco officially downtown 55 degrees. santa rosa the warm spot at 66. plenty of activity for a fifth consecutive day not only in the sierra but far northern california. that is the leading edge of the weathermaker that will give us rainfall here in the bay area tomorrow night, state morning. lows tonight with another mostly cloudy night. oakland 52. mountain view 51. san jose 50. and fairfield 50 degrees tonight. so using a baseball analogy sports is coming up next, by the way, low pressure is going to slide into the pacific northwest. it's acting like a pitching machine because wrapping around that clockwise flow is some energy in the atmosphere. all of that energy has stayed way until tomorrow night when some of that energy will race right into and through the bay area. three or four hours of some
light to moderate rainfall. wonderful news that it's going to rain. and wonderful news about the timing. i know a lot of us have outdoor activities over the weekend. you might not want a rainout. rain's going to be gone before sunrise saturday. it's going to rain while you're sleeping. high pressure builds in behind. that sunshine by saturday afternoon then beginning sunday less fog in the morning, less of that breeze throughout the day. and we're going to see a lot of sunshine even at the coast with highs pushing 80 to 85 degrees inland. let's talk about the timing on futurecast. we roll through tomorrow. clouds increase by 6:00. by 10 or 11 the rain arrives in the north bay. everybody with some showers overnight. but look at this. not only are the raindrops gone, but the clouds will be gone by saturday afternoon. so what to expect. we have a partly to mostly cloudy night tonight. pretty chilly tomorrow as. winds turn south ahead of that front. and the front will give us some rainfall very early on saturday. san jose tomorrow cooler. 66 for you. los altos 65. union city 64. antioch one of the few spots hitting 70.
hottest team in baseball. they left the coldest. cotton candid only thing that these two couldn't agree on cotton candy. vogelsong made two mistakes. this is one of them. gonzalez into the beer garden for a 2-0 dodger lead. vogelsong gave up three hits in six hinges two were home runs. maxwell 2-1, line drive caught that would have put the giants in in front. i can't believe it either. crawford hit the billboards. matt duffy scores on the crawford three bagger. game tied at 2 and again, the giants and dodgers are going to extra innings. the dodgers would come back if the tenth with the scoring chance bases loaded for gonzalez because casillas struck him out! he was jacked out of his mind. bottom of the tenth. it's that maxwell guy again. chance to be hero and this time he hit it where howie when
drink ain't. pagan trots home and for the second day in a row the giants win on a walkoff. they boot the dodgers 3-2 to sweep the series. -- they beat the dodgers 3-2 to sweet the series. >> winning is fun. we love it. can't wait to celebrate. it was great. great win last night. another great one today. and you look for little things to -- to get you going a little bit so hopefully these two do. >> these guys won three championships in the last five years. i don't think they need us to give them life. i don't think any of us in this locker room thought they were going anywhere or that they were any kind of, you know, feeling sorry for them. >> don't get excited, paul. not rain. just a waterfall and angels stadium. [ laughter ] >> the a's with jesse coma vests taking the place of jesse han with a blister. chavez only allowed one hit. this is it calhoun two-run shot. rally monkey!
two men on for josh redick. it's deep. it could be -- it is! oh, caught. at the wall. the angels win 8-1. excuse me, the a's outhit the angels 8-1 but lose the game 2-0. stacy lewis had 18 career finishes in her year the phil mickelson of the lpga. last year she lost by one shot. she calls this one of the toughest golf courses on tour. not this hole. not today. the eagle has landed. she had a 3-under 69 training just two shots to guess who? lydia ko. 17-year-old who won here last year shot a 67. juli inkster is one shot back 19 of the world's top 20 female golfers are here this week. president obama welcomed the patriots to the white house today to celebrate their fourth super bowl title. and as you might expect,
"deflate-gate" came up. >> i usually tell a bunch of jokes at these events. but with patriots in town i was worried that 11 out of 12 of them would fall flat. >> oh. [ laughter ] >> like he had to look around at everybody. >> i thought that was funny. >> that's a tough room. >> actually he'll be here all week. >> cal's tyrone wallace will be finishing his four-year term in berkeley. he won't enter the nba draft. he is coming back for a senior season. >> good night, that is a huge fish! >> bluegill? >> no. you know what that is? >> what is that? >> that is called a crappie. that's a big, big fish called by 4-year-old 4-year-old
joey fatone: it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey! steve: what's up, ted? how you feeling? welcome, family. how are you folks? come on, now. let's go. how are y'all? [applause and cheering] thank you very much. i appreciate it, everybody. thank y'all. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey. we got a good one for you today, folks. returning for their second day from minneapolis, minnesota, it's the midthun family. [applause] >> whoo! steve: and from right here in atlanta, georgia, it's the hutchins family. [applause]
everybody's here trying to win theirself a lot of cash and the possibility of driving out of here in brand-new fuel-efficient ford fusion hybrid, right there. [applause] let's play "feud"! let's go. give me ted. give me jerry. [applause] all right, gentlemen here we go. we got the top 7 answers on the board. ha ha ha! sorry about this, pastor. before a date, name something a guy who works in a deli might shove down his pants. jerry: a pickle. [laughter] steve: all right, pastor. a pickle. [buzzer] that was a good answer. ted: uh...salami. [buzzer] ooh! steve: salami. [applause] pass or play? ted: oh, we'll play it. we're gonna play. steve: yeah. they're gonna play. [applause]